I really enjoyed this book. I especially liked the spirit of Lady Verity. She overcame so many adversities with dignity and grace. I was rooting for her the whole book.
Matthew was an interesting man. His problems stemmed from a long ago slight at the hands of a lady of the elite class. I was a little put off that he was unable to shake that off and accept the good things that were happening to him after meeting Lady Verity (under less than stellar circumstances too).
I would recommend this book as a good read.
Matthew Monfort has two excellent reasons for loathing members of the ton, but thanks to his father's machinations he finds himself inveigled into offering for Lady Verity Tristan. Anyway it's time he married and she's...well, she's different; in fact she's quite delightful...and intelligent...and sweet...but she needn't think she's going to win him over.